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Monthly Archives: November 2019

St Lawrence’s raises £1517 for ‘The Race for Life’

Last summer, all of our children ran one mile in ‘The Race for Life’ for Cancer Research.

We finally collected all of the money in and raised an incredible £1517.

Cancer touches us all and we are very proud that a small Primary School such as ourselves could raise such a substantial amount.

We will move on to our next mission soon and seek to help those in need in the world.

The evil of Macbeth!

At the beginning of the lesson we voted on the question ‘which character is more evil – Macbeth or Lady Macbeth?’  The first vote was 18 for Macbeth and 10 for Lady Macbeth. We had a secret ballot to ensure people were voting individually. We then split into groups came up with the reasons we… Continue Reading

Friendship Week

Last week, the children of St Lawrence’s celebrated ‘Friendship Week’ in school. They thought about what makes a good friend through the various activities delivered in each class. They were particularly excited about ‘Odd Socks Day’ when they were given the opportunity to wear odd sock combinations to celebrate how unique and special we all are. Continue Reading

Year 1’s Environmental Art

As part of their Science work in Year 1 the children have been observing changes in the seasons. After collecting different kinds of fallen leaves from the trees in our school playground, the children went on to create hedgehog pictures using the leaves that they had collected as the hedgehog’s spikes. They were very pleased with the… Continue Reading

Mock Baptism in Year 2

Year 2 planned a special Liturgy in their class this week. We have been learning all about the signs and symbols of Baptism and we took part in a Mock Baptism in our class  using all of the symbols of Baptism. We chose parents.   The parents chose the name Summer Louise for their baby.… Continue Reading

Service of Light 2019

We all remembered special members of our families and community who have died in our Service of Light.   We gathered with our families around our tree of light. We remembered Father Rooke and read one of his poems. We added a candle to the table of light for everyone who we wanted to remember… Continue Reading